Apple job listing teases further ventures into the world of Android

With Apple already set to release Apple Music for Android this fall, the company might look to release more of its apps for Google's mobile platform, if a recent job listing is anything to go by.

Despite FBI whining, iMessage isn’t invincible after all, researcher claims

The FBI has claimed that criminals are "going dark" behind a wall of encryption on services like iMessage, but computer-security researcher Nicholas Weaver isn't convinced.

Apple gifts Greek users a free month of iCloud after financial squeeze

Due to the financial crisis in Greece, users can't make online payments at the moment, so Apple has decided to give iCloud subscribers a month's leeway for keeping their extra storage.

Beware of iCloud login prompts: A new security flaw lets hackers steal your info

A recently discovered flaw in iOS allows hackers to add malicious code in order to steal iCloud logins and passwords, as well as other sensitive information.The hack uses the Mail app to deploy the code.

FBI raided two Chicago homes in iCloud celebrity nude hack investigation

Recently disclosed federal documents have revealed two Chicago residences were raided by the FBI following last year's controversial nude celebrity iCloud hacks. The case is ongoing and no criminal charges have been filed.

With iOS 9, you’ll be able to control Apple’s HomeKit from iCloud

At the Worldwide Developers Conference 2015, Apple announced that with the rollout of iOS 9, you'll be able to control a number of smart-home devices from anywhere in the world, including thermostats and sensors, with iCloud.

Lost and found: Here’s how to locate your iPhone when it goes missing

Finding a lost phone used to take hours upon hours of scrounging (if you were lucky enough to find it at all). Here's our quick guide on how to use find my iPhone so you can, well, find your iPhone. Remember to consult the guide prior to…

The iPhone is no longer welcome in Russia, iCloud to blame

Starting on January 1, 2015, Russia will reportedly ban sales of the iPhone and iPad. The reason given was that data stored on iCloud is stored on servers in the United States, not in Russia.

Stolen nude pictures from woman’s iPhone could land California cop in jail

A California Highway Patrol officer was charged with two felonies on Halloween after he was caught allegedly stealing nude images of one DUI suspect from her phone to his. The officer could potentially see some jail time.

Apple CEO Tim Cook chats with China about security and his plans for Apple Pay

Apple CEO Tim Cook says talks with Chinese officials about security and user privacy were "very open." He described China as a "key market," and also hinted at the introduction of Apple Pay there in the future.

Apple acknowledges iCloud hacking in China, but says its servers are safe

Apple acknowledges iCloud hacking in China, but says its servers are safe. The man-in-the-middle attack aims to compromise the credentials of iCloud users.

How to access your iCloud Photo Stream from your Mac

Taking full advantage of your My Photo Stream syncing can be less intuitive than you might guess. Here are two quick and easy ways to instantly access your iCloud Photo Stream pictures from your Mac.